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'The Company You Keep' is good company with provocative questions
Director Robert Redford's "The Company You Keep" immediately establishes the "company" of the title with archival footage of the 1960s radical Weather Underground. The fictionalized film jumps to the present as one of the previous members, Sharon Solarz, prepares to…
'No Place on Earth' sends Jews underground for survival
Although nearly 70 years have elapsed since the end of World War II, more and more information about the Nazi design to obliterate Jews continues to come to light. Now, a quasi-documentary about five families, ages 2 through 76, who,…
'The Angels' Share' delivers no angelic fare
Ricocheting through events, "The Angels' Share" introduces the main characters through their appearances in Glasgow's criminal court on assorted charges: theft, drugs, drunkenness, and assault. Last to be judged and the story's anchor, Robbie Emmerson harbors an anger management problem…
'Starlet' doesn't dazzle but does deliver a solid story
Some films entertain by following a likable central character through trials and tribulations or even a fairly ordinary life over a limited period of time. Writer/director Sean Baker's "Starlet" offers one such case, deceptively casual about its meandering storyline, anchored…
'To the Wonder' doesn't deliver on the wonder
The inimitable writer/director Terrence Malick has crafted another tone poem, this one a meditation on various aspects and stages of love. He focuses on a central couple: the American Neil and Frenchwoman Marina. Secondarily, a Spanish speaking Father Quintana interrogates…
'42' honors the great Jackie Robinson
Jack Roosevelt Robinson, his landmark contribution to baseball and his legacy, is legend to every sports fan and civil rights historian. But there's something about a well-made film, even a very conventional one, that makes a profound impact, even if…
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